Brabus has announced that they will unveil a custom version of the Mercedes G Class at the Frankfurt Motor Show, the Brabus G 500.
The new Brabus G500 comes with a twin turbo v8 engine that has 500 horsepower and 710 Nm of torque, it also comes with a top speed of 130 miles per hour and a 0 to 62 miles per hour time of 6.9 seconds.
Sound, performance and longevity are the outstanding features of the BRABUS stainless-steel sports exhaust system with actively controlled butterfly valves. A button on the steering wheel lets drivers choose between a subtle “coming home” mode and a markedly powerful exhaust note in the “sport” position. The BRABUS exhaust features dual chrome tailpipes on each side of the vehicle and thereby adds some stunning visual highlights in a thrilling side pipe design.
Of course, BRABUS also lends the highest-riding G-Class model ever an even more fascinating appearance by giving the front an equally sophisticated and striking update. BRABUS front bumper panels on the left and right as well as a mirror-polished underride guard upgrade the production bumper. An additional panel under the special radiator grille with integrated BRABUS logo furthermore characterizes the face. The BRABUS hood scoop, the new radiator grille and headlamp surrounds are all made from clear-coated carbon and thereby add further distinctive highlights.
You can find out more details about the new Brabus Mercedes G500 at the link below.
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